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Aug 1, 2013 8:00pm PDT
accused boston bomber. how many copies have sold. and: the international saga involving nsa leaker edward snowden entered a new chapter today. we'll tell you the latest development. that's helping him stay out of the u-s. >> will have more will we come back after the break on kron 4 news. [ male announcer ] with at&t, you're sure to get a better bundle. just choose the 2, 3, even 4 services you want to build the bundle that works for you. [ female announcer ] call at&t now! choose a u-verse triple play bundle for just $79 a month, our new low price. get the same great price for 2 years. plus, switch today and get a total home dvr included for life. [ male announcer ] with u-verse high speed internet connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices to your wireless gateway and save on smartphone and tablet data usage at home. with u-verse tv, you can record up to four shows at once with a total home dvr and play them back in any room. [ female announcer ] so call at&t now. choose a u-verse triple play bundle for just $79 a month. that's our new low price. you'll get the same great price for 2
KRON
Jul 31, 2013 8:00pm PDT
broke snowden's story last month. >> "it's a program run by the nsa to collect all activity, anything they can collect, store it and then allow their analysts, to search find out what your emails say, what internet sites you've visited, what google search terms you've entered and pretty much everything you do on the internet. it's pretty much all purpose spying device that reallly has no limits." >> reporter: power=point slides detail keyscore's scope and effectiveness: determining the source of documents passed around on the internet. or seeking out computers vulnerable to hacking. on this slide, keyscore says email addresses, known as strong selectors, are not necessary, as they are in other search programs instead, keystroke can detect things as vague as "searches for suspicious stuff." just last march, congressman ron wyden of oregon asked national security director james clapper whether the government was secretly c ollecting information on millions of americans. >> no sir. >> it does not? >> not wittingly. >> reporter: clapper later admitted that was not true. and guardian repor
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